As President Obama and Democrats try to close loopholes that allow corporations to flee the U.S. in order to avoid paying taxes, John Boehner and Dave Camp are personally cashing in.
On Monday afternoon, Donald Trump sent out a tweet endorsing New Hampshire GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown in his race against the Democratic incumbent, Senator Jeanne Shaheen. The only problem is that he actually referred to a Rhode Island state lawmaker, State Sen. Jim Sheehan.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has not commented on whether he will be running as a Democrat or Independent if he launches a 2016 presidential campaign, but he will be visiting early Democratic primary states Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina in the coming month.
If any American thinks the Republicans will not follow through on their shutdown threat, they are deluded because McConnell’s own words encapsulated the entire conservative mindset when he promised that “Obama won’t like it, but that will be done. I guarantee it.”
Late Monday evening, CNN’s Don Lemon, still on the scene in Ferguson, provided breaking news regarding an alleged audio recording taken at the time 18-year-old unarmed Michael Brown was shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Pastor Michael V. Williams claims “While Christians are becoming increasingly tolerant of homosexuals, homosexuals are becoming increasingly intolerant of us.”
On Fox News’ Your World with Neil Cavuto Monday, substitute host Stuart Varney agreed with an Oklahoma superintendent’s way of addressing the dress code at a high school. The superintendent called girls ‘skanks’ and forced them to bend over to prove their skirts and shorts weren’t too short.
While Michael Brown’s family and friends gathered for his funeral on Monday, Fox continued down the Reich wing brick road of blaming Michael Brown for his own death.
In this season of discontent, we lost a legend in the crusade for sensible gun reform. James S. Brady, the former White House press secretary for Ronald Reagan, died earlier this month, more than 30 years after being wounded in an assassination attempt on the President in Washington D.C.
The Florida Primary is on Tuesday, and it’s expected that Charlie Crist will be up against Tea Party Republican Slick Rick in November. Floridians, be sure to vote!
On the same day that Michael Brown was laid to rest, Fox News edited video of Attorney General Eric Holder in an attempt to exploit and inflame racial tensions.
Burger King is on the run. Perhaps they got a look at Mitt Romney’s ability to avoid paying taxes and they wanted to get themselves some of that patriotic action.
Taxpayers should be outraged. It was revealed today that John Boehner’s lawsuit against President Obama will cost the American people $500 an hour in attorney fees.
The AP interviewed one of the lesser known Koch brothers, William, in what seems to be an attempt to soften the public image of the family whom the AP tells us are “demonized” by Democrats.
If you watched Beyonce Knowles’ performance at the VMA’s last night, you knew this was coming. She used the platform to sell feminism to her fans.
Fort Lee gave the “all clear” after an unidentified female Soldier with a gun turned the weapon on herself and shot herself one time inside the Combined Arms Support Command Headquarters.
What is curious, is that Republicans are campaigning against President Obama who is not running for any political office, but since they cannot run on their records in Congress, they are using conditions in Iraq to frighten Americans into supporting the GOP.
An article posted by the Huffington Post on Sunday evening reveals that Justin Cosma, a Ferguson police officer who arrested two reporters for sitting at a McDonald’s in Ferguson, is currently dealing with a civil rights lawsuit due to an incident where he hog-tied a 12-year-old boy.
President Obama is back from vacation, which means that whether Republicans like it or not more executive action is coming.
At a Republican gathering in New Hampshire, Perry took time to attack Obama for the economy his party destroyed and has done nothing to fix